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. and big news from former ap politics, hillary clinton announces support for gay marriage and joins possible candidates in that position. here is part of the announcement. >> i supported personally and as a matter of policy and law embedded in a broader effort to advance equality and opportunity for lgbt americans and all americans. >> greta: that message putting secretary clinton in line with other potential democratic candidates for 2016. and check out this headline from the huffington post weird news. the weirdest cocktail party ever included fried cockroaches and scorpions and one of the courses tarantulas. no that's not chicken, it's ostrich. and waiters passed around fried cockroaches. and why the weird menu? the explorers club says it's adventure. and a news anchor making her breaking news. >> and lurnd that a huntsville news anchor is being proposed to on live tv right now. >> after overcoming her shock the anchor tweeting did i just really get proposed to live on air? yes, i think i did. and holy cow, that's a proposal. congrats to the happy couple and now it's your turn to
been another president, george w. bush or even bill clinton it would have been handled differently by the media, not by you, but by the mainstream media. and so it really does appear to be kind of a double standard and he gets a pass and so i guess after a while you just get used to it, and think why should i bother? >> a lot of criticism of him when he was running for president in 2008 and illinois senate voting present and not sort of wanting to be part of the process and putting his name on the line for some things and somehow does reflect it, but i think you're lucky if your political opponent doesn't want to participate you don't have to worry about getting noise or any of his positions or any of his views, something else you might not want. >> well, this is not optional, this is legally required and to me, the president, like all of us, take an oath to uphold the constitution and laws of the united states and you don't get to pick and choose. so, whether you want to or not, whether it's advantageous or not, i think he's obligated to do it and he hadn't done it. >> greta: one
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